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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-F01
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Yamaha Clavinova CLP-F01

Digital Piano from Yamaha belonging to the Clavinova CLP series.

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Domende Domende
Publié le 11/13/08 à 02:26
Criticism or review material shown on this focus on the technical level of modeling on 3 levels while the CVP 380 for example has 5.
Ok on this point but very sincere "jump" between the technological threshold is actually more significant from my point of view. If we admit a classical piano craftsmanship is what we do best in the field and will always remain beyond the reach of electronics (which is a parody of the seductive sound of a real piano) Judgement becomes more objective. This object is first aesthetically pleasing and has a pleasant tone and a feel similar to many acoustic pianos. It is equipped with the usual outlets for MIDI and headphone jacks plus a USB socket to transfer MIDI tracks. A special mention for his harpsichord that is very realistic, others are more playful and ranges are meant to adapt to different styles.

UTILIZATION

Everything is correct and up to the mark in quality and use of sound. One can regret that the customization settings are not saved to the extinction of the device (except F11), which forces to take over these settings each time ... which is quickly tiresome.

SOUNDS

I use this keyboard mainly for classical, I'm not a virtuoso, and I can testify to the "last ditch" of the machine but nothing to say about the touch, the repetition of notes (GranTouch GT 20 on that train point) or the expressiveness of the record, the span of a key is correct, although for my part I would have liked an extra level (3 levels available). The sostenuto pedal is convenient for jazz mostly.

OVERALL OPINION

Technically very good (although again we can discuss the latest in electronics) the additional strength of this instrument is evident in a perfect aesthetic that allows it to fit into many contemporary or classic interiors . The F11 technically most advanced (but expensive!) Does not convince me and the fact that the spectacle of a robot operating keys is expensive and anecdotal. The warranty is 2 or 5 years (purchase date) which can look to the 2nd hand, a number of opportunities coming to market. In terms of cost it is now almost equivalent to the 380 which will satisfy the two priorities of the technique or aesthetics that neither one nor the other is in denial as it is brought to regret her choice!
Remains an electronic instrument, is in many ways brilliant, but it's not a real piano!
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